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New York AG Announces Investigation Into Robocalls Allegedly Designed to Mislead Voters

New York Attorney General Letitia James, a Democrat, announced an investigation in robocalls that were allegedly designed to provide misleading information to voters on Election Day. According to her office, the robocalls were allegedly telling people to stay home on Nov. 3. “Voting is a cornerstone of our democracy,” James said. “Attempts to hinder voters from exercising their right to cast their ballots are disheartening, disturbing, and wrong. What’s more is that it is illegal, and it will not be tolerated. Every voter must be able to exercise their fundamental right to vote without being harassed, coerced, or intimidated.” She added, “Our nation has a legacy of free and fair elections, and this election will be no different. Voters should rest assured that voting is safe and secure, and they should exercise their fundamental right to vote in confidence. We, along with state leaders across the nation, are working hard to …

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